Services - Other
250 - 499
A unique breed of strategists, engineers, craftsmen & artists spread across Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand, Philippines, and Australia.
Aleph is a striking group of craftsmen specialised in strategy, design, technology, and marketing. We work together to plan, write and produce internet, mobile, and desktop solutions for the most daring set of clients. **Bold** clients who see the future and engage Aleph as their rocket fuel.
Although Aleph has grown from a garage operation to a staff strength of 450 and growing, we still maintain a boutique company feel and culture. This is what bonds us and yet frees us enough to apply our unique talents, to deliver functional and flexible solutions, to dream big and to make it happen.
We combine design thinking, strategy, technology and marketing to lead our clients to the future.
First discovered in 2006 the Alephian is a rare species. Its outer appearance allows it to blend in easily with distant cousin, the Homo Sapien. Though they look alike, there are key differences pertaining to its intellect, creativity, and grit. A highly collaborative species the Alephian loves to gather together and exercise great creativity to accomplish large difficult projects for its counter part in the natural hierarchy: *"the client"*.
The Alephian's natural habitat is in the mobile and internet space where its nimble fingers and outstanding control of Wacom pens creates beautiful websites, apps, and campaigns.
A peculiar characteristic is the Alephian ability to communicate relevant information consistently. This is highlighted by a Friday morning tradition where they gather around food and exchange knowledge. This appears to be an effort to become a better group of species.
When not at work, Alephians can be found enjoying Southeast Asia’s beautiful resorts and beaches, planning a theme party or cycling together. And if you ever walk by, put your hand up. Alephians love giving high fives.
We are always on the look-out for hardworking, fun loving colleagues. Think you're cut out to be an Alephian? We'd love to hear from you.